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What is product transfer?

When your initial mortgage deal reaches the end of it’s term, your mortgage lender may offer you a newer, revised deal to stay on their books. In the mortgage market, this is what is known as a Product Transfer.

It’s important to remember, however, that you are under no obligation to agree to this deal. If you wish to leave that lender and look at your options elsewhere, you are well within your right to do so. It is highly likely that you will find much better deals out there through another lender, one that is more beneficial for your personal and financial circumstances. It’s just the case of finding that works well for you and what you’re looking to do going forward, an area of which your Mortgage Broker in Manchester may be able to help.

Are you rewarded for being loyal?

Whilst the concept sounds ideal on paper, lenders will unfortunately not reward you for your loyalty towards them. Whether you have been a customer for 5 years, 10 years or 50 years, the reality will stay the same. Lenders have even been known for offering new First-Time Buyers in Manchester customers better rates than they tend to offer customers who are already undertaking a mortgage with them.

This is one of the many reasons why it is recommended that you shop around and looking for more competitive deals. Though this can be achieved off your own back, you may find yourself benefitting from utilising the help of an expert Mortgage Advisor in Manchester. As a trusted and experienced Remortgage broker in Manchester, we are able to work with a large variety of different lenders on panel that we have access to, allowing us to find you the most appropriate and favourable mortgage deal for your circumstances.

We often find that usually, our customers can get better rates and they are missing out those opportunities because it’s more ‘convenient’ to stay with the lender you already know and are currently using.

Tempted by an online switch?

Whilst the process of swapping from an existing deal over to a new deal with your current lender may seem straightforward online, we always believe it is incredibly beneficial to see what other deals you may be eligible for. Lenders will also try to tempt customers to go with a new deal online, without that customer actually taking any professional mortgage advice, leaving some customers aware they could have ended up with a better deal.

The lender not providing advice to online switches is rather dangerous, as without professional advice, you are essentially saying goodbye to all the valuable consumer protection you would have benefitted from had you been given that option initially. Rushing into something like this headfirst is absolutely not recommended. Please take a step back and analyse all of your options prior to making a final decision on what to go with going forward.

All customers who contact us for mortgage advice in Manchester will benefit from a Free Mortgage Consultation. Once we have your information keyed in, we will pass you onto a Mortgage Advisor in Manchester who will talk you through all of your mortgage options and work with you to try and ensure you end up with the most appropriate deal available to you, based on your personal and financial circumstances.

You’ll be opting out of advice

We have seen various different examples of customers over the years, being affected these “follow-on” deals and ending up being locked into an inappropriate deal. Lenders like it when you choose not to go with advice, as it invalidates any future complaints due to you taking your own path and neglecting to take any advice. In their minds, this way you only have yourself to blame for any displeasure with your deal.

We have seen this happen in the past with our customers. In one particular case, we saw someone declined for a small further advance, which was intended to fund some necessary home improvements down the line. This customer then had to pay a rather large early repayment charge to change over to a new lender who would grant her the additional required funds.

Always get mortgage advice

You may expect that we would recommend using a mortgage broker in Manchester, but we only do so with the intent of making sure you are fully equipped for the mortgage process. If handled without a mortgage advisor in Manchester to back you up, you could find yourself in a rather troubling situation. We only ever have your best interests at heart!

Even though this is the case, it doesn’t necessarily mean that we will tell you to switch. If we feel that your best option is to go with a Product Transfer, we will recommend that you take action and take up the deal whilst you still have that option available to you.

Regardless of these paths, even if your requirements seem straightforward, we always recommend you take mortgage advice in Manchester. A second opinion costs nothing and making a mistake when taking a new product can cost you a lot of time and money.

The Remortgage market is a very competitive part of the mortgage market. Savings can often be made by searching the market for a new deal with the assistance of a mortgage advisor in Manchester. Getting help from an experienced Mortgage Broker in Manchester could be the most beneficial option, especially if your financial or personal circumstances have changed since your initial mortgage process was underway.

If you require any further Product Transfer advice or Remortgage Advice in Manchester, feel free Get in Touch with your Mortgage Broker in Manchester.

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